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Location

Redditch is a town in Worcestershire with a population of over 84,000. Interestingly enough, at its zenith, 90% of the world’s needles were manufactured in the town and its surrounding areas.

Culture in Redditch

In the heart of Redditch town centre, the Palace Theatre is a 420-seat venue with a Grade II listed auditorium. Refurbished in 2005, the building itself is now modern and 21st century. Tribute bands, jazz shows, jukebox musicals, comedy, off West End productions and an annual pantomime are all on offer, while the excellent Palace Youth Theatre puts on two shows a year.

Forge Mill Needle Museum, documenting the fascinating industrial heritage of Redditch, is perfect for history buffs and family days out. A short walk away lay the ruins of Bordesley Abbey, a medieval Cistercian Abbey destroyed by Henry VIII in 1538 during the dissolution of the monasteries. Bordesley Abbey Visitor Centre, housed in a lovingly restored 16th century barn, tells the story of the Abbey’s rich and colourful history.

Things to do in Redditch

Redditch Market is a traditional shopper’s paradise. Open every day other than Wednesdays and Sundays, it has a wide and eclectic range of stalls selling fruit & veg, hot food, fashion items, flowers, mobile phones, accessories and household items, to name but a few. A fine example of a thriving, bustling and atmospheric English marketplace, get along if you can!

Throughout the year Redditch also plays host to a number of events and festivals. This includes a Firework Spectacular in November, an annual Christmas lights switch-on, the summer Bandstand Festival and the Morton Stanley Festival, a free open air music and entertainment event that draws thousands of locals and visitors ever year. The town’s ornate Bandstand holds regular events throughout the seasons, everything from live jazz to brass brands, choirs and mini rock concerts.

Additionally, Redditch has plenty of parks, woodlands, lakes and outdoor space which make for some excellent and picturesque walks, while there are also a number of leisure centres and places to play sport dotted throughout the town.

Student Life in Redditch

The University of Worcester is about 45 minutes away, while Birmingham’s numerous universities can be reached even quicker (roughly 35 minutes by car, 40 minutes by train). Redditch, therefore, is a good base for students at any of these establishments.

Buying in Redditch

Its proximity to Birmingham makes it popular among commuters, as does its local amenities, good local schools and excellent range of restaurants and country pubs. Its average asking price is actually quite expensive by the standards of the West Midlands, but it’s still a veritable bargain when compared to the sort of prices paid further south. One of the most culturally alive towns in the region, Redditch’s allure is unlikely to reduce anytime soon.

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